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Electronic Timer, 7-Day, SPDT, 120-277 V
- Item # 3FWZ4
- Mfr. Model # EI600WC
- UNSPSC # 39121523
- Catalog Page # 445
- Shipping Weight 0.3 lbs.
- ItemWall Switch Timer
- TypeDecorator Electronic
- Min. Time Setting1 min.
- Max. Time Setting7 days
- Max. On/Off Cycles40
- Watts1800 to 4155
- HP @ 120V1
- HP @ 240V2
- Length (In.)6-5/16
- Width (In.)1-3/4
- Depth (In.)1-9/25
- Battery TypeLithium
- StandardsUL Listed (917), CSA Certified (LR3730)
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Item # 3FWZ4
Mfr. Model # EI600WC
Incomprehensible watts labeling. does 1800-4155 mean different max in different situations, or does it mean that i can't use it below 1800 watts, as i suppose i can't use it below 120v? I never heard of minimum watts before.
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So, yes, this will do what you need...
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